Superman is vulnerable to magic but he has knocked down heavens gates but was curbstomped by Michael superman if he is able to can avoid magic and lobo is far more stronger he is ban from heaven and hell defeated supes and can regenerate and he has no weaknesses so team 1 wins even tho u ppl will complain saying " WTF TEAM. 2" yes they are both half gods but r rlly going to compare half gods to people superior to their and yes magic can beat supes but lobo can solo
Speedblitz doesn't work. Thor is an FTL'er, and Loki has fought Thor many times. Loki also utterly embarrassed the Thor Corps (basically 3 guys withThor's abilities, just not as strong) and had a power contest with the Surfer at one point just to mess with him.
Thor is resistant to magic and has known Loki all his life. Supes and Lobo have no such advantages. Loki is also such a diabolical plotter and instigator of evil that even Mephisto has complimented him. Loki doesn't really fold so much as reevaluate his plans and continue at a later time. There won't be need for that here.
Loki has gone back in time and turned Bor, father of Odin and creator of the Nine Realms, into snow. Then killed his own father and sent his younger self to encounter Odin, who'd take the orphaned Loki in and raise him.
Most of those aren't even in Loki's league. And the fact he's dealt with speedblitzers before kinda hinders your argument, and claims of Thor not being FTL are just ridiculous and have been proven wrong.
One of the main things people forget is Loki is a master of illusions. Supes and Lobo will never actually lay a hand on him.
Youre right. most of those are far above Loki's league. Thor has Mjolnir which travels FTL but Superman is FTL and the Spazfrag is too. Lobo and Superman have dealt with magic users before, which hinders your argument. do tell how Thor handled those speedblitzers and how fast they were. Lobo has a tracking sense. Loki can hide all he wants.
Thor has fought with the Surfer equally. Surfer is millions of times FTL. Even Loki has engaged him. As I said before, Loki even engaged the Thor Corps, which're 3 guys a bit shy of Thor's level, and Loki was smacking them all around. Including Eric Masterson, who'd managed to beat Gladiator in a fight. Loki brought down Eric who was even using two hammers, and then proceeded to pimpslap him around.
Thor has fought with the Surfer equally. Surfer is millions of times FTL. Even Loki has engaged him.
So has Hulk, on 3 different occasions barring the Planet Hulk showing where Surfer was weakened. I guess Hulk is millions of times FTL too.
I'll never understand why people use this same mediocre argument over and over again.
Which actually makes it more impressive that he zipped down a dimensional pathway, went around the Earth and into Jane's apartment in one go, and all Without Using Mjolnir. Which proves he doesn't need to use it for flight, and only does so as a force of habit.
I don't see Thor using Mjolnir to fly from Asgard to Earth and then straight into a Jane's bedroom. That only took a few seconds. He has 2 days to win a fight.
Considering we've seen that when his hammer was broken, Thor had to literally pray that he'd still be able to attempt one last flight with it, it's fair to say Mjolnir was likely on his body at the time.
Unless, of course, you can think of some other excuse along the lines of "he doesn't need Mjolnir, he just uses it out of habit".
And this was while Thor had a portion of the Odinforce with him, no less, so either Thor can't fly without Mjolnir or he's an idiot, because the Odinforce should honestly be able to bestow flight if nothing else as a bare minimum, but both of these things could apply to Thor. And he desperately needed to fly in that story because he needed to save Sif's life in time. You'd think if he could actually fly without the hammer, he'd just fly there by himself. Not run to Strange to fix it.
And in yet another instance, The Mighty Thor #192, Thor couldn't fly because there was no room to swing his hammer.
Again: Thor is either an idiot if his force of habit compels him to do grossly inconvenient things rather than just fly away, or he cannot fly without his hammer.
Page 11 of Journey into Mystery #85 disagrees with that.